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Fast Facts: The Site
Intel in Qiryat Gat began operations in 1999, manufacturing processors using 0.18-micron technology. In 2008, Intel opened it's second Kiryat Gat plant, Fab 28.
F28 is a high-volume manufacturing Fab, which runs 300mm wafers on a 45nm process technology.
The Fab manufactures products across all of Intel segments, including servers, workstations, mobile computers, desktops, as well as chipsets for 32 nm technology, and Intel® Atom™ processors aimed at mobile devices.
Fab 28 will be the fourth high-volume Intel Fab that will manufacture chips using the 22 nm process technology.
The site also houses a Visitor Centre, which attracts teachers, students, and industry representatives.
Cool Stuff at Intel Israel—Qiryat Gat
In addition to our many benefits and programmes, employees get a bunch of other perks! Here's a peek at some of the cool stuff that makes Intel Qiryat Gat a great place to work.
- Fitness Centre, bicycle lockers and racks, rec room
- Employee café with free drinks and snacks
- Pampering amenities (massage chairs)
- Day care facility, Children DVD Programmes
- Organized clubs and groups, and employee discount programmes
- Social networking channels where employees can connect with each other
- Convenience services (ATM/banking, campus store, laundry and dry cleaning, travel agency, flowers, photo developing, transportation options including car pool reservations)
Caring for our planet and inspiring the next generation
Employees of Intel Israel contribute to their community through their technological expertise in areas like education and environmental responsibility.
Our Intel Computer Clubhouses and education programmes, such as the Intel® Learn Programme, and Think Positive+, help teachers and students use technology to develop crucial 21st century skills.
Through the Intel® Teach Programme, Intel Israel employees train primary and high-school teachers to use technology effectively in the classroom so students are prepared to compete in today's technical world.